Czech Mycology 56(3-4): 253–258             Article published: 22nd December, 2004 doi: 10.33585/cmy.56308

ČÍŽEK K.

Tomentella spinosispora Čížek spec. nov. (Thelephoraceae), a new species from the Czech Republic.

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Abstract

Tomentella spinosispora Čížek spec. nov., a new species of the genus Tomentella sect. Alytosporium (Link) Koljalg (Thelephoraceae) is described. It has been collected in the nature reserve Klapice near Radotín in Prague. It is characterised by spores which are globose in front view, some broadly ovoid in lateral view, and by the ornamentation consisting of thin, straight, up to almost 3 μm long spines. Hyphae and basidia are thick-walled, brown coloured. In the basal layer of the subiculum thick-walled, incrustated hyphae with frequent clamp-connections are dominant (clamps are lacking in the subhymenium and medial layers of the subiculum).


Keywords:     Tomentella spinosisporaspec, nov., basidiomycetes, Thelephoraceae, Tomentellasect. Alytosporium

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Čížek K. (2004): Tomentella spinosispora Čížek spec. nov. (Thelephoraceae), a new species from the Czech Republic. – Czech Mycology 56(3-4): 253–258. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.56308

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